UPDATED JULY 4, 2019 We have many clients who are injured in fall-down accidents, and usually the first issue that comes up in a fall-down case is whether the owner/operator of the property is responsible for the client’s injury. While this is always an issue in any personal injury case, there are some specific issues
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Related: Fall-Down Accidents, Personal Injury Practice, Slipping on Snow/Ice. UPDATED JULY 30, 2018 As New Jersey attorneys who represent those injured in fall-down accidents, we are frequently asked who is responsible for fall-down and trip-and-fall accidents outside of a store. Is the store responsible? Is the landlord who owns the shopping center responsible? The basics
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Updated June 4, 2018 As part of our robust Personal Injury practice, we represent countless people who are injured in accidents that occur on a business’ property (i.e. premises liability cases). Sometimes, those incidents occur at a gym or a health club and there may be a claim against the owner/operator of the gym facility.
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Related: Premises Liability and Negligent Security, Personal Injury Practice. Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. As New Jersey attorneys who represent those injured due to negligent security, we are frequently asked if the owners and operators of a halfway house are liable for the injuries of fellow inmates and pedestrians around the facility who are
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